PASS’ non-retail trainings (Class A/B and Class C) are supplemental courses and are designed to be taken in addition to a Class A/B or Class C operator training course.  They do not provide operator certification upon completion.


PASS offers two UST/AST operator training courses written specifically for UST/AST operators at non-retail fueling facilities. Non-retail fueling facilities are those that store and dispense fuel but do not sell it to the general public. Examples of non-retail fueling facilities include:

  • Trucking company facilities
  • Municipalities
  • Bus barns
  • Hospitals

  • Rental car companies
  • Military bases
  • Taxi companies

This add-on course covers requirements and components that are unique to most non-retail facilities. These include fuel types, cardlocked dispensers, satellite dispensers, and fire suppression systems, among others.

CHAPTER 1 – OPERATOR OVERVIEW
This chapter discusses the different types of non-retail fueling facilities, fuel types, and special considerations of staffed and unstaffed facilities.

CHAPTER 2 – SYSTEM AND COMPONENTS
This chapter discusses systems and components unique to non-retail fueling facilities. These include main and satellite dispensers, hoses, emergency phones, and fire suppression systems.

CHAPTER 3 – PLANNING AND RESPONSE
This chapter helps Class A/B operators prepare for and respond to spills and releases at their non-retail facilities. This chapter provides information on the contents of a typical non-retail spill kit and specific spill response procedures.

This add-on course educates C operators on monitoring fuel dispensing and responding to emergencies involving cardlocked and satellite dispensers and other equipment unique to non-retail facilities.

CHAPTER 1 – FACILITY OVERVIEW
This chapter discusses systems and components unique to non-retail fueling facilities. These include main and satellite dispensers, hoses, emergency phones, and fire suppression systems.

CHAPTER 2 – FUELING RULES
This chapter helps Class C operators prepare for and respond to spills and releases at their non-retail facilities. This chapter provides information on the contents of a typical non-retail spill kit and specific spill response procedures.

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